A review of Jonathan Rivalland's Reimar Breaking

02 Jan 2017 15:24 #1 :: Seregil of Rhiminee
A review of Jonathan Rivalland's Reimar Breaking

Jonathan Rivalland's Reimar Breaking: The Prelude to the Iberan War was published by Elsewhen Press in August 2016 (e-book) and November 2016 (paperback).

Information about Jonathan Rivalland:

A sharp dislike of anything to do with the outside has greatly complemented Jonathan Rivalland’s intense desire to write novels and stories. Having finished his first book he is eagerly moving forward on to the other dozen or so titles that all deserve their turn (ability to complete them all in a standard lifetime notwithstanding). After incidentally being from South Africa, graduating university with majors in History and Psychology, moving to South Korea to teach ESL (and staying for four years), he moved to the US, where he primarily spends his time either writing or thinking about writing.

Reimar Breaking is both the beginning of a series (The Iberan War) as well as the first of a variety of titles, set in the same universe (The Fourth World), concerning an array of characters, locations, and events. None of these have any reliable completion dates because the author is vigorously allergic to deadlines.

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Information about Reimar Breaking: The Prelude to the Iberan War:

The prelude to The Iberan War

Reimar’s wealth and prestige flows from trade, especially cross-world trade through the Helion – a vast and ancient portal to other worlds. But there are signs of an imminent rebellion, especially among the younger members of more distant noble houses, and some rival nations are eager to take advantage of any internal distractions. Princess Siera du Tealdan has shown herself to be a strong and innovative military commander, while her older brother Ramiros enjoys life at the court of their father King Abarron du Tealdan.

When the situation in Reimar takes a shocking turn for the worse, Siera’s military expertise is desperately needed. With no mercenaries available for hire, Siera must pull off a miracle. Having only one skyship armed with ballistae and an under-strength Royal Guard, she must fend off the rebellion, while at the same time dealing with Reimar’s old enemy Iln, that has declared an opportunistic war in order to raid and pillage across the border. If the rebels gain control of the Helion, the kingdom will suffocate.

A REVIEW OF JONATHAN RIVALLAND'S REIMAR BREAKING

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